RF cable harness MINIBEND
coaxialfor telecommunication networkslow-profile

RF cable harness
RF cable harness
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Cable type
RF, coaxial
for telecommunication networks
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After integrating the American Astrolab, Inc. in the HUBER+SUHNER group at the end of 2012, we will start to offer the world’s leading coaxial cable assemblies minibend, mini141 and microbend through the global HUBER+SUHNER distribution network. mmibend is a truly flexible coaxial cable assembly which is designed for use in low profile, internai, point-to-point interconnections between RF modules within communications Systems, minibend replaces 086 inch custom semi-rigid cables with standard flexible cables, eliminating the need for predefined custom lengths and bend configurations, minibend provides you with a preassembled and tested high performance, cost-effective alternative in a variety of standard lengths and connector configurations minibend R is designed for use in complex, congested environments where higher cable rétention force is required minibend R's pull strength is more than 70 % greater than a standard minibend When installed and bent at the minimum bend radius, minibend R will tolerate multiple 90° rotations at the cable/connector junction. The «R* ruggedisation can be added to any minibend connector style Ail matériels used in minibend R assemblies meet or exceed NASA TML and CVCM requirements for use in spacecraft applications. Features and benefits •Frequency range up to 65 GHz •Triple shielded for high isolation •Eliminâtes need for costly right angle connectors •Direct replacement for 086 inch semi-rigid cables •Stock delivery on standard lengths •Guaranteed 15 Ibs (67 N) pull force for minibend, 25 Ibs (111 N) for minibend R

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